How do I get on the List beta?  I'd really like to use it.  Who do I pay and
how much?

Jesse

On Fri, Oct 23, 2009 at 10:47 PM, Marc Mims <marc.m...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I uploaded a development release of Net::Twitter to CPAN with Lists API
> support.  If you're a perl developer and you're on the Lists beta,
> please test it and give me some feedback.
>
> Download it here:
> http://search.cpan.org/~mmims/Net-Twitter-3.07999_01/
>
> For documentation see:
>
>    perldoc Net::Twitter::Role::API::Lists
>
> You'll need to include the API::Lists trait:
>
>    my $nt = Net::Twitter->new(traits => ['API::Lists', ...], ...);
>
> You can always use the "user" parameter as the first placeholder
> argument to any of the API calls.  Any or all of the parameters included
> in the API URL can be passed as placeholder arguments.  Additional
> arguments are passed by name in a HASH ref as the final argument.  Any
> or all parameters can be passed in the HASH ref.
>
> For example, these calls are equivalent:
>
>    my $list = $nt->create_list(perl_api =>
>        { name => 'test', mode => private }
>    );
>
>    my $list = $nt->create_list({
>        user => 'perl_api',
>        name => 'test',
>        mode => 'private',
>    });
>
> In my own testing, I've noticed that the update_list call always returns
> a 500 status, even though it succeeds.  That's probably a Twitter bug
> that will be worked out.
>
> The Lists API support is experimental.  It will very likely change
> before a final release.  Feedback welcome.
>
>        -Marc
>

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